The sixth and final day of the Viterra Scotties Tournament of Hearts would decide who represents Saskatchewan in the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.
The semi-final draw was a battle between Team Anderson and Team Streifel at 12 PM. In the first end, Streifel would draw first blood and count one point. Through the second, third, and fourth ends, Team Anderson would count a total of six points. Team Streifel would attempt to mount a come back through the next four ends as they'd count four more points making the score 6-5. Although, Team Anderson wouldn't go queitly into the night by counting three more points in the final two ends making the final score 9-5 after a full ten ends of play.
Team Silvernagle would await for the final against Team Anderson at 5PM. This isn't the first time Silvernagle has made it to the Viterra Scotties Final. Over the last two years, Silvernagle has made it to the championship game, and lost both times.
In the first end, it would be Silvernagle to take a one point lead. Anderson would answer back with a point of their own. As for the third and fourth ends, both teams would trade doubles and a blank in the fifth and sixth ends making the score 3-3. Silvernagle would take the lead yet again in the seventh as Anderson would take their first lead of the game in the eighth as they counted two more points.
Down 5-4, the next two ends would be crucial for Team Silvernagle. Once again, the nineth end would bring it to a tie with Anderson heading into the tenth with the hammer in hand. It turns out the third time would be the charm for as Team Silvernagle would count one rock and Anderson would miss their final shot of the game. A video is available below with a 6-5 victory for Team Silvernagle.
"I actually had to go to the bathroom, I couldn't stand and watch that final shot, there was no way I could stand to watch it, I never could," said Robyn Silvernagle, the skip of Team Silvernagle, on the final shot.
Team Silvernagle will represent the province at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Sydney, Nova Scotia from February 16th-24th.